British Customs worked with “the godfather of street trackers” Richard Pollock of Mule Motorcycles to turn a 2015 Bonneville T100 Black into a flat tracker that can compete and look good doing it.
A drop-top version of AMG’s powerful, yet sophisticated S65 Coupe. It rocks a 630 hp bi-turbo V12 capable of launching it to 62 mph in just 4.1s, and has heated seats, armrests, and neck vents to keep you toasty even with the top down on cool days.
A city bicycle that’s protected from damage and theft. It has an aluminum frame, rustproof chain and puncture-resistant tires. It also has a U-lock and uses pentalobe screws. Fortified’s optional insurance will replace your bicycle if it gets stolen, no questions asked.
The most badass production 4Runner ever, the TRD Pro is the truck we’d want in a zombie apocalypse. Its TRD Bilstein shocks and multi-terrain systems will conquer any surface you can throw at them, and Crawl Control and Hill Start assist make quick work of tough terrain.
While they didn’t NEED more power, Porsche gave them some anyhow. An extra 20hp pushes the 911 Turbo to 540hp and the Turbo S to 580hp, launching the Turbo to 60 in 2.9s and the Turbo S in 2.8s. The coupe and cabrio get refined body styling and new 20″ wheels.
Keep cruising come winter with Budnitz’ fat but nimble bike. It has a carbon fiber fork and a titanium frame that weighs just 5lb. It also has a carbon belt drive, 14-speed transmission, hydraulic brakes, 82mm rims and 4.8″ tires.
A fine specimen of the limited edition concept coupe that would ultimately have a lasting influence on Chrysler’s increasingly boxy sedans. What elevates this particular Special is the legendary Fran Roxas’ restoration and metallic green paint job.
The latest version of Zenos’ budget track beast. The E10 R’s bespoke ECU pushes its turbocharged 2.3L EcoBoost engine to produce up to 355hp and 349lb.ft. of torque. The 1500lb. car that goes from 0 to 60mph in 3s and has a 155mph top speed.
Audi amps up its already bonkers RS 6 Avant and RS 7 Sportback with “Performance” models. Both AWD cars now have a whopping 605 hp, and the ability to overboost torque from 516 to 553 lb-ft. on demand. 0-to-60? 3.7s. Now can we get the wagon here in the States?
Indian Motorcycle’s new entry level bike. It has a liquid-cooled V-twin engine that delivers up to 78hp and 65lb.ft. of torque, a five-speed transmission, and that stylish and stable Scout body. Best of all, it’s around $2,000 cheaper than its big brother.
Cadillac’s boldly styled new crossover cuts 278 pounds from its predecessor, the SRX, and packs the same 310hp, 3.6L V6 found in the ATS and CTS. Its loaded with luxury finishes, and high tech gizmos like a video backup mirror that reduces blind spots.
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